I wish I understood how Carlo Bernardini creates his sculptures but I don’t. It appears that there’s some fibre optic shenanigans going on but apart from that it’s a bit of a mystery apart from how much I love the results of his site-specific installations. [via]
Nikola Tamindzic’s night life photography is as graphic as it is breathtaking. She’s also got a photo-a-day project going on called Home Of The Vain, which is also great. Not safe for work. [via]
Thunder by the talented Mr Josh Keyes. On my wall..yes please! [via]
How to Cope With Death – See how this old lady manages…
Lovely drippy goodness from the Brain of Alex Young. [via]
Well I was excited before I saw the commercial abut now I’m really excited about the release of Samba De Amigo on the Wii. There aren’t enough chimps on commercials nowadays; especially when they are playing maracas! Take a look at the embedded video on the Amazon page.
A great Retna video interview where he discusses hos work and it’s always nice to see him paint.
Absence of Water is a great collection of abandoned inside and outside pools. I really love these shots, especially those indoor pools with the majestic galleries. Anyways, here are a few of my shots too from a visit to an old pool a couple of years ago. [via]
A collection of pun store fronts. Some nearly amusing (a hair dresser called Cubic Hair) but mostly tragic (a chip shop called Chipsy King)! [
Harmen De Hoop is creating all kinds if interesting and quirky street interventions but my favourites have to be the partial basketball courts that he paints to make them look like they’ve just been trodden on by more recent architecture. [via]